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Ottawa Art Gallery’s smart new building marks the beginning of a fresh era
Emulation has been a thing in Ottawa architecture ever since a Gothic Revival parliament complex was built in a land where Gothic never existed. The new Ottawa Art Gallery (OAG) must be the city’s first official building to riff on the design of a mid-century modernist house.Read Full Story >
Dundas West’s infamous Giraffe building has a new owner
Anyone who has passed through the intersection of Dundas West and Bloor has definitely seen it: the Giraffe building, with its mottled yellow-and-brown paint job. It’s hard to miss. The two-storey structure acquired its garish exterior about a decade ago, when a developer converted it into a sales centre for the Giraffe Condos, a proposed 27-storey tower.Read Full Story >
NO TURNING BACK NOW ON LEBRETON FLATS
“When you look at somebody like John Ruddy, a very reputable player involved … We now have the people with the ability to get it financed and we have the concurrence for the most part with the city and the NCC. They’ve gone, in my humble estimation, far enough that there’s not going to be any turning back now,” he says.Read Full Story >
A Milestone Announcement for the Redevelopment of LeBreton Flats in Canada’s Capital
The NCC is pleased to announce that it has reached an agreement in principle with RendezVous LeBreton Group for the redevelopment of LeBreton Flats.Read Full Story >
Best Ottawa Business Awards honour local ‘leaders we should be proud of’
Best Ottawa Business Awards honour local 'leaders we should be proud of’.Read Full Story >
Lansdowne visionary John Ruddy, Calian CEO Kevin Ford among homegrown business titans honoured at record-setting ceremony.
Trinity Hills – Sarcee Trail Interchange – Open and Fully Operational
The TransCanada Highway (TCH) – Sarcee Trail Interchange project is open and operational.Read Full Story >
“We’re thrilled to announce this interchange is up and running for Calgarians,” said Aly Premji of Trinity Group, adding that the pathway underpass and public access road into the new development are the only small projects left to finish.
Inside Ottawa Real Estate Pioneer John Ruddy’s lifetime of Achievements
‘Visionary’ behind Lansdowne’s revival forged his reputation in business as a trailblazing retail developer, but it’s his passions for football and philanthropy that have left the most indelible mark on his community.Read Full Story >
Ottawa developer and philanthropist John Ruddy named 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award recipient
It’s a rare entrepreneur whose name alone would be enough to convince some of Ottawa’s most astute businessmen to pour their hard-earned dollars into bringing CFL football back to the capital after two previous attempts had ended in financial disaster.Read Full Story >
MEET A KEY FIGURE BEHIND THE REDBLACKS’ RETURN, LANDSDOWNE’S REVITALIZATION AND LEBRETON’S FUTURE
Peel back the layer of the multimillion-dollar real estate deals and you'll find that Ottawa entrepreneur John Ruddy is a football man at heart.Read Full Story >
Ottawa is an ever-evolving city that has seen a steady, multi-faceted growth pattern from industry to housing to transportation. The city limits have progressively expanded over the years, with the greatest growth occurring in 2001 with the amalgamation of all the municipalities of the Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton into one city.Read Full Story >
GoodLife Fitness to open in west Calgary’s Trinity Hills community
30,000 square foot fitness club to join mix of retailers, services in ‘urban village’. GoodLife Fitness will open a 30,000 square foot co-ed club in Calgary’sRead Full Story >
new Trinity Hills development, joining the mix of retailers, restaurants, hotels, office space and
services already slated for the area. The club is expected to open in 2020.
Challenge 2017: ‘Pets, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll’ will dominate the retail landscape
Fred Waks has spent decades as a shopping centre developer watching and anticipating retail trends as chief executive of Trinity Development Group Inc. and former president and chief operating officer at RioCan REIT. But his crystal ball for brick-and-mortar retailers is a little murky as they ponder how to divide up their investments between capital upgrades and technological ones to face a number of threats.Read Full Story >
Grey Cup celebration continues at Christmas Market tree lighting
Ottawa Redblacks defensive back Brendan Gillanders shared the Grey Cup with kids at the Christmas Market tree lighting in front of the Aberdeen Pavilion on Friday, Dec. 2, 2016.Read Full Story >
NCC talks with Melnyk’s RendezVous group on LeBreton Flats project move ahead
Ottawa residents will have to wait at least another year to find out whether they can look forward to watching the Ottawa Senators play in a new downtown arena.Read Full Story >
After hearing that enough progress has been made in talks with Eugene Melnyk’s RendezVous LeBreton group to designate it as the preferred proponent to develop LeBreton Flats, the National Capital Commission’s board agreed Thursday to begin formal negotiations.
The Redblacks end 40 years of frustration in Ottawa with Grey Cup win over Stamps in OTRedblacks 39, Stampeders 33 (OT)
TORONTO — Move over, Tommy Clements. Make some room, Tony Gabriel. Henry Burris and Ernest Jackson are joining you in Ottawa’s hall of heroes.Read Full Story >
Trinity Common at Citigate – Costco Grand Opening
OTTAWA - November 9th, 2016 — Bargain-hunters south of the greenbelt have a new option for shopping.Read Full Story >
Costco opened November 9th, its newest store in Barrhaven, Thursday morning, on Strandherd near Highway 416.
SAVE-ON-FOODS CONTINUES WESTERN CANADA EXPANSION, ANNOUNCES NEW CALGARY STORE
Save-On-Foods, Canada's largest western-based grocery store retailer, will open a new Calgary store to serve residents on the west-side of the city. A division of the Overwaitea Food Group LP, a Jim Pattison business, the new store will mark Save-On-Foods' 5th Calgary location.Read Full Story >
MEC opening two new Calgary stores as it explores new opportunities amid recession
While retailers across Alberta suffer from declines in consumer spending, Mountain Equipment Co-op continues to increase sales in the province and will expand its reach with two new stores in Calgary over the next three years.Read Full Story >
Honorary Degree from Carleton University
Daniel Alfredsson was recognized by Carleton University with an Honorary Degree on Tuesday for his outstanding contributions to Canadian hockey and, in particular, his commitment to the community through philanthropic efforts that include mental health awareness and advocacy for equality of athletes, regardless of their sexual orientation.Read Full Story >
Alfredsson was among the 15 recipients of honorary degrees at Carleton’s spring convocation.
Shoppers City East – Costco Relocation
There is no question that the proposed relocation of the Costco store is an important issue for the people of Beacon Hill Cyrville Ward. We look forward to addressing the concerns expressed by Councillor Tierney and his constituents at the community meeting and keeping the lines of communication open.Read Full Story >